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MFW report SS 17

Italy’s finest. From baby doll sweethearts to architects and tropical dreams, we round up the best of Milan Fashion Week.

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Fluid movements

MISSONI
From clean cut stripes to soft organic lines – it was all about colour blocking with those signature knits and prints at Missoni SS 17.

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SALVATORE FERRAGAMO
Sculptural forms to refined tailoring, Salvatore Ferragamo SS 17 embraced pops of colour and delicate floral prints.

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A journey of love

DOLCE & GABBANA
Dolce & Gabbana’s SS 17 collection tells a story of Tropico Italiano with prints, embroidery, embellishment, lace and so much more.

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MARNI
Extra baggage. Marni’s SS 17 collection saw tailoring move away from the body with extended sleeves, oversized shirts and draping.

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Outer reaches

JIL SANDER
Tailoring with an edge. Jil Sander is all about the shoulders, lengthy sleeves, oversized shirts and airy trousers for SS 17.

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BOTTEGA VENETA
Always and forever. Bottega Veneta celebrated its 50th anniversary with caramel pleated skirts, crocodile prints, quilted leather and a guest appearance from Lauren Hutton.

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Summer tan

TOD’S
Leather revamped. From the classic jacket to leather t-shirts and trenches, culottes and skirts; Tod’s SS 17 collection featured classic cut shapes in olive, tan and prints.

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VERSACE
Inspired by the present and future, Versace took a spin on sports luxe with leather bomber jackets, lightweight nylon jumpsuits and checks. Motorcycle diaries.

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Young hearts

GIAMBA
Soft, tonal hues mixed with textures of ruffles and frills, prints and lace. Freedom in movement.

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SPORTMAX
Read between the lines. Sportmax SS 17 was all smooth sailing with voluminous coats and jackets, oversized linen pants and fine knit dresses.

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Toughened up

DIESEL BLACK GOLD
In soft, neutral hues, Diesel Black Gold SS 17 touched on feminine silhouettes with a utilitarian edge.

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GIORGIO ARMANI
Soft layering and fluid draping characterised Giorgio Armani’s SS 17 collection in a cool meditation on the female form.

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Girls, girls, girls

MOSCHINO
Inspired by Valley of the Dolls, Moschino’s cut-out collection exuded seduction.

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PRADA
Feathery highlights. A mixture of prints and overlaying sheers, Prada’s SS 17 woman has a future so bright.

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Colour screen

EMILIO PUCCI
Hello summer. Emilio Pucci’s SS 17 offering infused signature rich colours with soft drapery and graphic prints.

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MAX MARA
Inspired by architect and designer Lina Bo Bardi, Max Mara SS 17 brings forth powerful palm prints, nylon bomber jackets and jumpsuits. In the jungle.

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She’s eclectic

FENDI
Quirky girls. Fendi SS 17 brought an array of stripes, pyjama silks and baroque prints.

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ROBERTO CAVALLI
 Gathering inspiration from Greece and Ibiza, Roberto Cavalli showed off flared bottoms and fringed jackets fit for another 70s throwback.

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 Textures at hand

NO. 21
From lace netting to embroidery and knits, No. 21 touched on dark and light colour. Femininity redefined.

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GUCCI
A dark and sultry runway for Gucci SS 17. Tiered evening dresses, embellishment and sparkle on display. Lust at first sight.